With the failure of the Israeli famous historical destruction machine in Jully 2006 war on Lebanon, and 2008 war on besieged Gaza, Israel and the West realised that the power balance in the Middle East as a whole has changed, and the existence of Israel as an entity at risk, that the days of Israel in the region are numbered.
The International brotherhood undertook to break the cornor stone of the Axis of resistance (connecting Gaza to Tehran), the Dead line is december 31
The USRAELI reading was clear and concise and simplified: Hezbollah-Hamas is able to eliminate Israel. We fail to eradicate Hezbollah-Hamas . Behind them there are another axis: Syria-Iran. Let us try there.
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They tried in Tehran in June 2009, but the final result was limited, given the absence of Iranian alternatives ready. But the strategic turnover started with using sleeping allied forces Turkey and Qatar to reach a comprehensive package with the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt’s daily newspaper Almasry Alyoum said he met US and European-based members. “According to the report,” they requested no publicity, “express(ing) support for democracy and the war on terror.” They also backed “all agreements Egypt has signed with foreign countries.”
Washington: We want Assad’s head to break the Bridge connecting Gaza and Tehran in the middle. We support you. What you want in return?
In short Hamas, as a resistance movement might be the first victim of the deal. Cornered Usrael and its own “brothers” Hamas is buying time to get out of the corner.
In his previous article Khalid Amayereh said: “The PA ought to press the new rulers of Egypt to make the Egyptian commitment to honor and uphold the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty subject to Israeli treatment of the Palestinian people. The same thing applies to all new governments and regimes in the Arab world. This is what everyone would call smart politics.”
Khalid Amayereh has no balls to ask the new rulers of Egypt to improve the treatment of Palestinians at Rafah crossing, and houor the Palestinian travel document issued by Egypt.
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So far we have two new regimes undermaking in Tunis and Libya. In Tunis the Nato Islamists shall form the new government. In Libya Islamists have a strong influence. My friend Frank Lamb met “ last week in the lobby of a five-star Tripoli hotel an Israeli business man who was jokingly complaining, “Why don’t these people speak Hebrew? Maybe I should open a school.” Like many of his countrymen and hundreds from NATO countries, Israelis are having no trouble getting visas here. It is not the same for black Africans and Arabs who are being held in herds at the borders with Egypt or Tunisia, or in Cairo, Alexandria, or Tunis, until groups of hundreds can be assembled and processed by well-paid construction and domestic worker employment agents”
BTW, this uprooted Palestinian, worked in Libya from 1973 to 1977, because Libya was the only Arab country, after Syria, open to Palestinians without Visa.
“Brother” Khalid, should ask his Libyan brothers to adopt what he called smart politics, Granting visas for Israelis to enter Libya is subject a certificate of “Good conduct” issued by PA.
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In his new comment, Khalid wrote:
“Hamas might seek guarantees from Arab states that have diplomatic ties with Israel, particularly Egypt. But would such guarantees be sufficient? In any case, we all hope and pray that the next elected government in Egypt, in which the Islamists would have a strong influence, will create an absolute linkage between commitment to the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians.”
So stay tuned. The US Aircraft George Bush off Syrian Coast, but remember what happened in 1982.
The New and Old Arab Governments voted to suspend the membership of Syria, the last Arab fort, in “Arab League”. At a joint press conference with his Jordanian counterpart, Davotuglo said: “We think it is now vital to put an end to the suffering of the Syrian people”.
So what on the table is not creation “an absolute linkage between commitment to the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty and Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians”
Whats on “Muslim’s” Brotherhood table is, “dismantling and termination of the Syrian regime, “the totalitarian police-state apparatus which has been ruling Syria since the early sixties once and for all, is aware about whats on the table. “The Baath party is inherently undemocratic; it can’t be reformed, it must be ended.” Thus said Khalid Amayereh, long time ago.”
See why Syrian regime must be ended
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